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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1919)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Central Outfitting Company
WE HAVE ASSEMBLED MANY SHORT LINES OF MERCHANDISE, AND HAVE MADE ANOTHER GREAT RE
DUCTIONTHE SALE PRICES NOW ARE RIDICULOUSLY LOW.
WE ARE. MAKING THE GREATEST REDUCTION IN THIS SALE THAT HAS BEEN MADE IN YEARS. THE IM
MENSE CROWDS WHO HAVE ATTENDED THIS SALE CONFIRMS THE FACT THAT OUR PRICES ARE THE
LOWEST IN KLAMATH COUNTY.
Be Here Tomorrow ! Buy All You Can ! Reductions Amazing !
35c Tan and Black Sox
Boys' $4.50 Heavy Work
$5.50 Men's Work Shoes
$15.00 Riding Boots
$2.00 Boys' Felt Hats
$3.50 Boys' Elk Shoes
Not All Sizes
Men's $4.50 Wool Mixed
$1.00 Men's Balbriggan
$2.00 Men's Union Suite
20c Canvas Gloves
$2.50 Men's Bib Overalls
Stifle Stripe. All Sizes
$15.00 Boys' Overcoats
$4.50 Men's Jersey Sweaters
$L50 Men's Work Shirts
$1.50 Men's Heavy Fleeced
25c Linen Collars Ide and
Arrow Makes Each
$7.50 Men's Tan Shoes
Button and Lace
$1.50 Men's Ribbed Underwear
$6.00 Men's Dress Shoes
Lace and Button
$2.00 Men's Flannel Shirts
CENTRAL OUTFITTING COMPANY
CORNER NINTH AND MAIN STREETS KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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The Slado Rooming Houso and
RMUurant Is now bolng run under .
new management. Wo will specialize
la good moals. Olvo us n trial.
Fred C. Wolfo, 1006 Main St.
Is the wet weather
who make ever
Leek (or the
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EW VOTE FOR
Chambers of Oommorcc Over the
Country Show Decided Opposition
AfjalnHt tho Government Owner
ship of Country's Rnllrouds
PORTLAND, Ore., Sopt. 12. Tho
referendum of tho Unltod States
Chnmbor of Cominorco, composed of
tho Chambers of Comtnorco and trade
orgnnlzntlouB In ovory state In the
union, had for the purposo of ascer
taining tho deslros of tho business or
ganizations of tho country 03 to the
disposition of the railroads now un
der control of tho Unltod States Rail
road Administration, has been voted
upon by practically every commercial
organization In this country with tho
rosult that out of a total of 1,458
votes cast, only 11 votes were record
ed In favor of government ownership.
Tho Portland Chamber of Com-
Durlng their ceremonial dances the
natives of Papua, New Guinea, wear
probably the tallest hats in the world
a headdress varying from six to eight
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T-nd broths. Thoir difference lies
jn their fresh flavored goodness.
Iney aro doliRhtfully crisp, satis
fying and daintily salted. Sold
iresli everywhere by grocers.
Don't ask for Crackers
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favor of tho following pregram:
1 Adherence to tho policy of cor
porate ownership and operation, with
11. Return of roads to corporate
operation as soon as remedial legisla
tion can be enacted;
III Adherenco to tho porlod of
federal control as now fixed unless
and until Impossibility of remedial le
gislation In this period clearly ap
pears; IV Permission for consolidation
in tho public Interest, with prior ap
proval by government authority, In a
limited number of strong competing
V A Regulremont that railroad
companies engaging In interstate
commerce becomo federal corpora
tions, with rights of taxation and pol
led regulation reserved for states;
VI Exclusive federal regulation
The harpy eagle of Brazil feeds ex
clusively on monkeys.
SAYS HOT WATER
FROM THE LIVER
Everyons'ahould drink hot water
with phosphate In It,
To foel as fine as tho proverbial
fiddle, we must keep the liver washed
clean, and almost every morning to
prevent its sponge-like pores from
clogging with indigestible material,
of capital expenditures and security 'sour bilo and poisonous toxins, says a
issues of railroads engaged In inter
state commorco with provision for no
tico and hearing for stato authorities;
VII Federal regulation of intra
state rates affecting interstato com
merce; Vlll A statutory rulo providing
that ratos in each traffic section shall
If you get hendachs, it's your liver.
If you catch cold easily, It's your liver.
If you wako up with a bad taste, fur
red tongue, nasty breath or stomach
becomes rancid, It's your liver. Sallow
skin, muddy complexion, watery eyes,
all denote liver uncleanllness. Your
From and after Monday, the 15th day of September, 1919, the btxat
ness hours of the following named merchants and stores will be as follows;
Week days, except Saturday Open 8:00 A. M close 6:00 P. M.
Saturdays only Open 8:00 A. M., close 9:00 P. M.
Dry Goods and Clothing
The "Woman's Store, H. N. Moe 610 Main St.
K. K. K. Store 5th and Main St.
Golden Rulo 415 Main St.
C. K. Brandenburg 423 Main St.
N. B. Drew .6th and Main t
Klamath Dye Works 431 Main TT?!?
O. M. Hector 908-916 Main St.
K. Sugarman ....; 6th and Main Streets.
L. M. Martin 419 Main I ,
Garich Grocery .'. 220 Main St.
Ashland Fruit Store 240 Main St.
The Wlnnek Company 326 Main St.
Roberts and Whitmore 6th and Main
Roberts and Whitmore 9th and Main
Klamath Cash Grocery 717 Main
Tho Sunset Grocery 10th and Main x
Boots and Shoes ' ' '
L. G. Van Bellen 515 Main St.
The Bootery, Chas. P. Magulre 713 Main St.
Furniture and House Furaishiags
The Perkins Furniture Company 120 N. 6th St.
Johnstone Furniture Company 719 Main St.
Baldwin Hardwaro Company 414 Main St.
Roberts and Hanks 422 Main St.
Klamath Hardware Company 614 Main St 11-12-13-15-16
yield an adequate return on a fairjHver Is the most important, also the
value of the property as determined 'most abused and neglected organ of
by public authority;
IX Payment into a fund of a
share of tho excess earned by any
railroad system under application of
tho nhovo statutory rulo over an
equltablo minimum return upon fair
value of proporty, this fund to bo
used as Congress directs for strength
ening general railroad credit and In
creasing general railroad efficiency;
X A federal transportation board
to promote development of a national
system of rail, water, and highway
transportation and articulation of all
The United States Chamber of
Commerce has sont broadcast a call
requesting organizations In every
community to urge their representa
tives In Congress to favor such legis
lation as will bring about tho early
transfer of tho railroads from feder
al control back to corporate operation.
the body. Few know Its function or
how to release the dammed-up body
waste, bilo and toxins. Most folks
resort to violent calomel, which is a
dangerous, salivating chemical which
can only bo used occasionally because
it accumulates in the tissues, also at
tacks the bones.
Every man and woman, sick or
well, should drink each morning be
fore breakfast, a gloss of hot water
with a teaspoonful of limestone phos
phate In it, to wash from the liver and
bowels he previous day's indigestible
material, the poisons, sour bile and
toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening
and freshening the entire alimentary
canal before putting more food into
Limestone phosphate does not re
strict the diet llko calomol, because it
can not salivate, for it is harmless and
you can eat anything afterwards. It
Is Inexpensive and almost tasteless,
and any pharmacist will sell you a
quarter pound, which is sufficient for
a demonstration of how hot water and
limestone phosphate cleans, stimulates
Tind bull, two years old brandod
.Y-on riht J11? ".5!2Lm.2.b le"Ud freshens the liver, keeping you
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A CERTIFIED CHECK
THIS is one that has beon stamped "certified" and then
signed by an official of the bank. It is, in other words,
guaranteed to be good. Such a check is immediately
charged to the depositor's account and is equivalent to
cash. Care should be taken, then, that it is not lost er
The First National Bank affords every facility and serv
ice of banking.
E. R. Reainea, President.
L. F. Willets, Vice-President.
Ijeslle Rogers, Cashier.
A. M. Collier, Asst. Cashier.
John M. Moore, Asst. Cashier.
kFiRST National Bank
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